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Just the threat of regulation is changing bank behavior
Can't we celebrate the Coke-drinking, Harley-riding Americans who are still spending?
If Oracle's CEO isn't determined to destroy HP then he must be plotting a takeover on the cheap.
It's sad how GM took a good thing like OnStar emergency help and used it for evil.
What other explanation can there be for Pimco buying a stake in a troubled North Carolina bank?
Republican leaders have every right to express their opinions on monetary policy and the Fed has every right to ignore them.
The bottom line for Google CEO Larry Page is that he shouldn't try to play hardball with Oracle CEO Larry Ellison.
These are the banking equivalents of special ops and when things go wrong, they are disavowed as "rogue traders."
House Speaker John Boehner acknowledged that he and President Obama are from "different planets" ideologically, but they need to get back down to earth to fix unemployment.
If the UBS CEO can't manage his bank better than this then he should go. It's that simple.